HARRISBURG (AP) – A new lawsuit challenges PA’s court-ordered extension of the deadline to receive mail-in ballots in the presidential election. Plaintiffs asked a federal judge in Pittsburgh to block the deadline extension in the battleground state from going into effect. They included four registered voters and a Republican congressional candidate. The suit came as a new legal fight brewed over the Trump campaign’s videotaping of people dropping off multiple ballots in Philadelphia. PA law requires voters in most cases to drop off their own ballots. The state attorney general’s office warned that videotaping voters at drop boxes could be illegal intimidation. Election officials say they can’t confirm the activity is inappropriate under state law.